Re: Re: Re: Lightning Speed Math Teaching
- Hi, Nadav!
On Thu, Jan 04, 2001 at 12:14:28PM +0200, you wrote the following:
> As they say, "Ignorance is Bliss"...OK, so I wake up in the morning and find out that I've been a preacher
for ignorance and going back to the dark ages, and also responsible
for the killing of 500 million people for good measure. Now that's a
good way to start a day. ;-)
> If you'd have finished highschool-level math by the 9th grade, then itNow, this actually sounds acceptable.
> doesn't mean you'd learn college-level math in grades 10-12: it means you
> could choose whether to continue with college-level math, or stop studying
> math altogether, and spend the next 3 years concentration on subjects you
> prefer, be they history, philosophy, or Tanach.
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- On Wed, Jan 17, 2001 at 09:52:48AM +0200, Omer Zak wrote:
> So my question is: do people actually learn precise use of language inOh, and another possible answer:
Of *course* people learn precise use of language in the humanities.
People in the humanities have big dictionaries.
Gaal Yahas <gaal@...>